The Chicago Tribune brings you full Pitchfork Music Festival coverage from Day 1 at Union Park. Check out our reviews, photos, videos, Tweets and more from the fest.
Tribune music mega-critic (at least this weekend) breaks down all of Day 1 at Pitchfork for us. And what a day it was! What do you think of his analysis?
Here's a photo of headliner Feist.
Check out all of the amazing photos from the Tribune's Chris Sweda and Red Eye's Mike Rich. Good stuff!
Photo of Big K.R.I.T. show in the middle of a rainstorm.
Here's a pic of the new and improved video screen between the Red and Green stages from Kevin Williams.
Really, who doesn't love pictures of babies with headphones?
Couple that made out for about 10 minutes on blanket during Clams Casino set will be depicted in many photos tomorrow, I am betting. #p4k— Bob Gendron (@BobGendron25) July 14, 2012
Whole lotta kissin' going on, apparently.
Kyle Romaneck and Crystal Stewart of Logan Square share a kiss while attending Pitchfork earlier today.
A lot of the talk leading up to Pitchfork was whether or not Feist was a true headliner. We'll find out when she takes the stage in a few minutes. In the meantime, tell us what you think in the comments below.
Here's a taste of Purity Ring, which is taking the Blue Stage in just a few minutes. Are you a fan?
Crowd outside Dirty Projectors looks kinda beat down. It's even too indie for them. #p4k— Kevin Williams (@kevvwill) July 14, 2012
Just got a visit from Tribune On The Town editor Kevin Williams. He's not impressed with Dirty Projectors ... or anybody else so far. Do you agree?
Tribune music critic Greg Kot is in the field, trying to stay dry while seeing as much music as possible. Here's his latest report.
Dirty Projectors have taken the Red Stage. Here's a sneak preview if you haven't heard them before.
Solemn and thoughtful looking hipsters. Is there any other kind?
Great shot of Willis Earl Beal from Red Eye's Mike Rich.
A$AP Rocky has set the bar high for energetic hip-hop shows. Can Big K.R.I.T keep it up? Go even bigger? We'll find out.
Is there any more anticipated Pitchfork act than Japandroids? The Vancouver duo take the stage in about 15 minutes. Here's a sneak preview.
Watch A$AP Rocky live at Pitchfork right now on the #p4k YouTube channel. It's much drier this way.
A steady rain isn't stopping A$AP Rocky and his crew from a raucous show. They've already dived off the stage and are getting everyone's energy levels up.
A$AP Rocky taking the stage right now. Should bump up the excitement levels real quick. Here's a video.
Tim Hecker coming up next. Check out some video of the Vancouver-born, Montreal-based artist. Who knew Canadians could rock?
Soulful singer Willis Earl Beal is playing right now. Here's a taste of him live -- truly a must-see show.
The first photos from Pitchfork are coming in. Here's one of our faves so far.
Red Eye offers up the 10 people you meet at Pitchfork. Which one are you?
Baltimore band Lower Dens is getting ready to play. Watch for songs from their sophomore album "Nootropics." And here's a clip if you haven't heard them before.
Matt Pais picks five bands you should see at Pitchfork this weekend, including Kendrick Lamar tomorrow afternoon.
Outer Minds is first up on the Pitchfork schedule today. If you're not familiar with them, here's a video of them playing live.
Watch a live stream of all the action at Pitchfork on the Pitchfork You Tube channel.
Looking for a second opinion? How about the picks to click from our friends at Red Eye. They are high on A$AP Rocky and Japandroids today.
Tribune music critic Greg Kot gives us a rundown of every band at Pitchfork this weekend, giving his must-see picks.